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Forest Grove District and Curriculum

Forest Grove Community Schools help each student achieve a relevant education for the global world they will face after graduation. To that end, the curriculum lays out a clear series of learning objectives that represent the skills, knowledge, and concepts that students should have a handle on in each subject before they move on to the next grade or post-secondary life. This is accomplished through the use of a curriculum that emphasizes core learning and is supported by a wide array of electives and extracurriculars to enrich students’ individual experiences.

We currently cover the following Forest Grove-area school district: Forest Grove School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Forest Grove District Curriculum

The Science curriculum at Forest Grove Schools begins by students becoming familiar with science surrounding them. They begin to learn that the rain that they see falling from the sky is just a part of the water cycle. They also learn what adaptations animals have that enable them to live on the earth. When these students mature, they can take classes where they are educated in sustainability, or in biology, to help them keep their eyes open to science in their everyday life.

Mathematics begins with students learning how to count and write their numbers. Before they know it, these students are learning how to combine numbers in many different ways. They learn how to add, subtract, multiply, divide, and do algebraic equations. These students even go on to learn how to succeed in statistics, trigonometry, and calculus. When they have finished high school, students will have built skills so that they can solve most problems put before them.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Forest Grove Educational News

  • National Forensics League - National Forensics League is a club for speech and debate. The students that are a part of this organization improves their communication skills become critical thinkers and become engaged citizens. They also participate at state speech and debate conventions.
  • Intel 4-H Tech Wizards - The Intel 4-H Tech Wizards build the love of technology in Latino youth. These students participate in computer, Internet, media and spatial technologies through this organization. They also demonstrate their projects to the community.
  • FFA - FFA is for any students that see agriculture as a part of their future. The students may desire to be farmers, educators or other fields in agriculture. Through meetings and competitions these students will grow in the areas of leadership, personal growth and career success.

Forest Grove Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Story Time Strategies

Story time can become a time of literacy learning with just a few steps from the parent. First of all, demonstrate to the child that reading goes from left to right and from top to bottom. This can be shown by tracing the words with the finger while reading. Story time can also be a time to expand a child’s vocabulary. After reading a book through one time, discuss with the child any words that they may not have understood. This helps build a curiosity and helps them to be less fear when faced with new words. A fun activity is to create a letter hunt through the book, so the child learns to become familiar with the appearance and the sound of letters. While searching for letters, punctuation can also be pointed out to children. They do not need to know all of the different types of punctuation, but they can learn that a comma means to pause, while a period is the end of a thought. With these few activities, children will be well on their way to a literature-filled world.